Simon Conolly : Sculpture in Clay
‘Fight, Protect, Engage’ has been shortlisted for the David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year Exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London running from 28 June – 2 July 2017.
Simon busy at home mocking up the piece before submission!
Simon will be exhibiting ‘Sorting Out The Economy’ at the Surrey Hills Sculpture Garden, Birtley Estate, near Guildford between 30 April – 13 May 2017. He will be present at the exhibition on 1 May (afternoon only) and then all day on 2 May. The sculpture is positioned at the top of an oak post making it perfect for displaying in a garden setting.
‘Long Wait for the 147A’ has been selected to be exhibited at the Royal Society of British Artists (RBA) Annual Exhibition 2017 at the Mall Galleries in London. The exhibition runs from Wednesday 22 March until Saturday 1 April.
Details from two of the panels from ‘Long Wait for the 147A’
Simon’s two pieces ‘Low Tide, Haslar Creek, Gosport I’ and ‘Low Tide, Haslar Creek, Gosport II’ have been selected for the Royal Society of Marine Artists Exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London between Wednesday 28 September and Saturday 8 October 2016.
Simon’s frieze ‘Migration, Pure Theatre’ was selected for the ‘Wildlife Artist of the Year 2016’ exhibition which was held at The Mall Galleries, London between 27 June and 2 July 2016. The piece was awarded a ‘highly commended’ rating by the judges.
Simon also had an artwork selected for the Wildlife Artist of The Year 2015 exhibition.
In 2014 his stoneware relief, framed in oak ‘The Age of Enlightenment’ was hung at the Embankment Gallery, Somerset House, London in the exhibition of the National Open Art Competition 2014.
In 2014 Simon had two works exhibited at the annual exhibition of the Royal Society of Marine Artists at The Mall Galleries, London. He had a composition exhibited at the same gallery in the annual exhibition of the Society of Wildlife Artists.
‘Shoal 23’ Simon at the Royal Academy of Arts
In 2012 his stoneware relief ‘Ludlow Races’ was hung at the Summer Exhibition of the Royal Academy of Arts in Piccadilly, London.